Be sure to tune into episode 11 for the second half of our conversation.
OCD Is Not An Adjective.
On this week’s episode of So, How’s Therapy? I am joined by Tatyana Mestechkina, Ph.D. to dive deep into the topic of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD.
Trigger Warning: Sexual Thoughts / Thoughts Of Harming Others: We discuss a few examples of intrusive thoughts within the context of OCD that have content of violent and/or sexual nature.
While the term OCD is commonly known, it is also commonly misunderstood. Obsessive-compulsive disorder is often portrayed in the media as someone who washes their hands over and over again, or someone who has to have everything in its place – but it’s much more than that.
Today we'll be demystifying OCD, and helping you understand it at a much deeper level.
What You’ll Learn
What OCD is (and what it is not)
Causes of OCD
How OCD affects the lives of those who experience it